Tottenham Hotspur should attempt to sign AC Milan winger Suso in January.
The north Londoners are not inundated with natural wingers, with Heung-min Son and Lucas Moura Mauricio Pochettino’s main options.
Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela and Moussa Sissoko have all operated on the wings at some point this season but all play better in the centre.
They could do with reinforcements in January, and Suso would not be a bad place to start.
The Spaniard, who played for Liverpool before moving to San Siro in 2015, has emerged as one of the Rossoneri’s best players over the past year.
He’s chalked up 18 goals and 33 assists during his time in Serie A (three and seven in just 11 games this season) and his form of late has alerted Spurs’ Premier League rivals Chelsea, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Spurs must beat the Blues to Suso
Tottenham cannot afford to let Chelsea get Suso.
Supposedly the Lilywhites are in for Barcelona fringe player Malcom, who was strongly linked with Spurs throughout the summer before moving to the Nou Camp.
Corriere dello Sport claim Pochettino is willing to splash £50 million on the Brazilian, but that would be an excessive transfer given he has barely featured for Barca this season.
Suso supposedly has a £34 million release clause written into his contract, meaning Spurs could save themselves money and get a player in who offers something different to what they already have.
Malcom has similar traits to that of Lucas Moura, so Suso might be a better option.
Tottenham should really consider a move for Suso, as the Spain international surely has unfinished business in the Premier League, too.